How and where to fly? Is it safe or dangerous? Is it getting more expensive with the rising fuel prices? What are the rules of flying in my country?
Read the articles here and find the answers. I can't promise to cover each country and state, but will do my best to help you know more about the ultralight flying.
How To Fly An Ultralight Aircraft Even When You Do Not Own Any
On this site we have published some articles showing how affordable owning an ultralight airplane is. Indeed this depends on where you live - but in general you can own an ultralight airplane at the price of a decent car... Continue >>
What Factors Rule The Performance Of Ultralight Airplanes?
You have to ascertain that you have good flying conditions and your aircraft is in good operating condition before setting out on your flight. The performance of your ultralight aircraft is affected by multitude of environmental factors. Atmospheric Density One of the major factors that impact on performance is atmospheric density. Atmospheric... Continue >>
Ultralight Aircrafts - As Safe As The Birds?
Why are birds safe? Because they are physically engineered for flying safely and have evolved into a creatures who know just what to do and how to survive in an emergency. So, if you want to emulate the birds, you need to acquire an airworthy ultralight aircraft and... Continue >>
Ultralight Flying In USA
The sport ultralight flying in USA is probably as popular as sports like paragliding and sky diving. The low costs, the large choice of aircrafts and the great infrastructure have helped the ultralight aviation in USA to grow a lot in the last years. Additionally it is just very easy to... Continue >>
Ultralight Aviation in Canada: A Quick Guide
No, flying cars are not out yet unfortunately! The CARs we're talking about are the Canadian Aviation Regulations, particularly those covering ultralight aviation which accounts for 19% of total civil aircraft in Canada... Continue >>
Microlight Aircraft in the UK: Your First Steps
Microlight aviation is a popular method of recreation in the United Kingdom. They British value the freedom and air-accessibility that mircrolight aircraft offers them each flight.
Also called "ultralight aircraft" (which is a less popular name in the UK), a microlight aircraft has different specifications according to its type... Continue >>
Ultralight Flying in East Europe
While East Europe isn't the most popular destination among the ultralight flying fans, there are many reasons you may want to consider flying there. Flying training can be cheaper, maintenance, hangar fees and airport fees can be lower too. In many of the countries the nature is great and people are nice. And these countries are just off the touristic track so it's good idea to visit them and experience something different anyway... Continue >>
Ultralight Flying in New Zealand
New Zealand is a cool place, by many labeled as one of the best places for sightseeing in the world. And is there a better way to see beautiful nature other than flying? It's hard to believe so. So, here we are exploring the opportunities for ultralight flying in New Zealand for locals and foreigners. Continue...
Ultralight Flying in India
Some wouldn't expect to see article about India here. Aren't people there poor and too concerned for their problems to fly? Guess what - India is one of the pioneers in ultralight aircraft innovations. One of the best ideas in the recent years came from there. Don't underestimate a country with population of more than a billion and a lot of smart people and educated engineers. Continue...
Ultralight Flying in Thailand
Thailand is not just a popular tourist destination. It's also one of the most popular places for Americal and West-European expats. And not only - people from Asia and Australia also often visit or move to Thailand because of the good weather, food, friendly people and the affordable cost of living.
What has this all to do with aviation? A lot. Continue...
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James Mayes at Apr, 24 '11 16:07
This is a wonderful article on ultralite flying.
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Fereshteh at Dec, 17 '15 16:00
We just got our FOURTH stroller in the last two years, but this one was out of nesitsecy. At first we were gifted a Graco travel system, but I wish I had done more research on what I wanted in a stroller. I used to work at Walt Disney World and the Graco strollers were what I saw every person toting their kids around in, so I didn't really know any differently. It lasted about 9 months, but took up too much space in my car trunk, and just didn't steer very well while pushing a baby and walking two dogs.After a ton of research and deciding on a budget, we bought a Baby Jogger City Mini brand new, off of craigslist. I have never once regretted that purchase, in fact, it was the BEST baby purchase we've ever made! Not only is the stroller lightweight and super duper easy to fold, it takes up a tiny amount of space in a trunk. The best feature is probably it's maneuverability; I can literally steer it with two fingers while my 25 lb. son sits in it. It has a wide canopy, and you can buy the accessories that you want for it (like a parent tray/cupholders, car seat adaptor). The storage basket is quite tiny and hard to access, but it hasn't been that big of an issue for us.We also bought a cheapo umbrella stroller to get thru the airport when we travel. I didn't want my expensive City Mini to be damaged by the airlines, and needed something easy to lift onto the security xrays by myself. I hate the thing, cause it's so low and doesn't steer well, but for $10 it gets the job done.We just bought our second Baby Jogger stroller, but only because we need a double since our second son is due in a few weeks. Indiana still needs to be strapped into a stroller when we go out, especially when he has to take a nap in the afternoon. We bought the City Select stroller, which can convert from a single to a double in-line. It has a large storage basket, and we purchased the car seat adaptor for our Graco car seat. It is easy to fold, lightweight for a double stroller, and easy to steer. Although we haven't used it yet, I'm confident that we made the right decision with this choice as our double stroller.
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